Full Time Driver Disqualification

Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by lilwill, Jun 13, 2019.

  1. lilwill

    lilwill New Member

    sup guys, I got the chance to go full time. Never did any air or temp so it was all new. I was under everyday my supervisor was in the truck and also 8 days on my own. I was told on my 28th day that I was DQ bc I worked through my lunch two times. I was told I wasn’t going to get a chance to get an extension and I have to wait a full year. Can and should anything be done about this?
     
  2. They can DQ you for just about any reason
     
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  3. Turdferguson

    Turdferguson Just a turd

    Your lucky they didn't fire you for falsifying records
     
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  4. 542thruNthru

    542thruNthru Well-Known Member

    You can file a grievance but I doubt anything will come of it.

    Still you never know.
     
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  5. KOG72

    KOG72 I’m full of it

    Should’ve stopped and took your hour lunch problem solved
     
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  6. Netsua 3:16

    Netsua 3:16 Active Member

    Congratulations on the 22.4 position
     
  7. Maple Grove MN Driver

    Maple Grove MN Driver Cocaine Mang!

    You should be fired for Falsifying Records
     
  8. Hot Carl

    Hot Carl New Member

    Will they actually let recently DQ'd RPCD candidates bid 22.4 positions?
     
  9. Analbumcover

    Analbumcover ControlPkgs

    At my center most of the qualifying drivers worked through their lunch. They still put it in, but worked through it. Hell, some of the drivers STILL don't take a lunch. Management doesn't enforce it, which is fine. They can come take work off of me while I stuff my face at the local sushi place.
     
  10. LarryBird

    LarryBird Well-Known Member

    They don't wanna waste a guy like you in the hourly ranks - a fella who bleeds brown. They think you've got what it takes for a management position. They're drafting their proposal as I type this.

    Keep an eye on your email.
     
  11. Heavy Package

    Heavy Package Active Member

    No and No.
     
  12. Superteeth2478

    Superteeth2478 Active Member

    Good riddance. If the fools in management actually walked the walk instead of just talking the talk they'd DQ every subpar driver who couldn't qualify without falsifying their records. Fools like you destroy full-time jobs.
     
  13. RxSatellite

    RxSatellite New Member

    How many times were you under on your own though? How many late air and missed pkgs did you have?

    And yeah if you keyed in an hour lunch and worked through it thats cheating your numbers
     
  14. scratch

    scratch Least Best Moderator Staff Member

    You can sort the truck while on break or lunch to qualify, but you can't drive or scan a barcode when you aren't getting paid. Where I am, they have trouble hiring drivers and now you can bid six months later. Consider it a lesson learned and good luck next time. It took me a couple of times to finally make it.
     
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  15. KoennenTiger

    KoennenTiger Active Member

    Why were you disqualified? Did you have any late nda or savers? How did you f it up? Be honest here ffs.
     
  16. burrheadd

    burrheadd KING Of GIFS

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    Here’s how he started out

    After a week he was only hitting 4 comes
     
  17. LarryBird

    LarryBird Well-Known Member

    That guy must be drunk.

    That's the most ridiculous attempt at driving a package car I've ever seen.
     
  18. Poop Head

    Poop Head rubber bands on the handle

    "Put him on the Chinatown route"
     
  19. KoennenTiger

    KoennenTiger Active Member

    Sheesh that gets you DQed these days? I remember back in my first ever week of training one of the guys there ran two stop signs, a red light, and ran another car off the road. Lel he's had the route right next to mine for years now. Heck I remember years ago the conference call with current mnger when they were introducing every new driver to complete their packet.

    Prior to the call that mngr pulled up all the stats and bragged at me that I was the only driver to actually run under scratch. I ran under every day but then I was utility for years.

    There were guys who were like 200 over every single day that they passed. The only real important things to get through your packet were:

    1) zero accidents, zero injuries. Auto DQ

    2) zero late NDA. If you had one and were not running straight air auto DQ. Easy fix always run straight air in your packet.

    3) zero late savers and zero missed. Easy as pie on a training route.

    Do those three things and they didn't even care if those guys were two hours over.
     
  20. Poop Head

    Poop Head rubber bands on the handle

    @70ondirtroads